This fact sheet explores the technology of cell phones, radiofrequency energy and how it may affect the body, and the findings of research studies about cell phone exposure and cancer risk.
Inverse association for low-dose but not standard-dose aspirin with ovarian cancer risk.
Researchers have linked weight loss with a lower risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
Men who have physically demanding jobs may have a lower risk of prostate cancer than those who do not, according to study data.
BMI often relies on self-reported weight and height values, and therefore may be a less accurate predictor of cancer risk than alternative body composition measurements.
This fact sheet explores the possible cancer risks caused by the chemical acrylamide in foodstuffs and consumer goods.
An increased body mass index (BMI) may negatively affect disease progression in patients with T1G3 non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer, according to study data.
The use of tanning beds and/or booths and their availability in gyms may increase the frequency of indoor tanning for physically active adults, a combination that further exacerbates their risk for melanoma.
Pooled analysis finds levels 60 ng/mL are most protective among women aged 55 years and older
Studies conducted in people have mixed results, with some indication of increased risk of ovarian cancer.
Higher rate of recall, lower sensitivity, larger tumor diameter, and more lymph node-positive disease observed in women with dense breasts.
This fact sheet examines the possible cancer risks and also possible protective benefits associated with the use of oral contraceptives.
Researchers report on a study to determine the relationship between BMI and risk for breast cancer among younger women, particularly those 18 to 24 years old.
Interestingly, red and white wine to not affect prostate cancer risk the same way.
A case series demonstrates the prevalence of MGUS, a precursor condition to multiple myeloma, and subsequent development of MM in white firefighters who responded after the 9/11 attacks in New York City.
This fact sheet explores possible links between hair dying and an increased risk of leukemia and other cancers.
Men with BRCA mutations may be at increased risk of several different types of cancer.
Pooled analysis indicated that schizophrenia was associated with a significantly increased risk of breast cancer incidence in women, but researchers had some reservations with the results.
Researchers conducted a meta-analysis to examined possible links between antidepressant use and epithelial ovarian cancer, and links between duration and intensity of antidepressant use and risk for epithelial ovarian cancer.
A meta-analysis indicates that a history of urinary calculi could increase a person's risks for developing bladder cancer.
Researchers sought to determine if a correlation was present between extended oral contraceptive use and a decreased risk of certain cancers.
Children who were hospitalized with pneumonia may be at higher risk of certain cancer types.
Risk scores summarizing eight diseases, markers tied to cancer risk in dose-response manner
1. Hot tea consumption in combination with excessive smoking or alcohol use was associated with a higher risk for esophageal cancer. 2. In the absence of excessive alcohol use and smoking, daily tea drinking was not linked to increased risk for esophageal cancer. Evidence Rating Level: 1 (Excellent) Study Rundown: Esophageal cancer is a concern 
This fact sheet defines obesity and explores its relationship with cancer.
Qualitative risk statements of malignancy for indeterminate pulmonary nodules are imprecise, highly variable, and should be replaced by a standard scale.
Investigators examined correlations between an empirical dietary inflammatory pattern (EDIP) score and colorectal cancer risk.
Researchers found that nearly one third of veterans reported current use of a tobacco product, with cigarettes being most frequently used.
Transplant recipients developed squamous cell carcinomas that did not appear to behave more aggressively than those that developed in the immunocompetent group.
The researchers observed a positive correlation between long-term night shift work and the risks of several different types of cancer.
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